17 Burst results for "Slate Magazine"
"slate magazine" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"A lot of. Drag styles for her own looks when she is presenting female, Almond was accepted for that and It's come to a pass where a lot of the words that we use. To talk about oppression have filtered down to idiots. So people are throwing around words like oppression and appropriation in Cetera et cetera without knowing what they mean and sometimes very intelligent people are talking about the problems of appropriating culture and sometimes idiots are typing on facebook about it and what it comes down to the end of the I can't judge whether she is appropriating or doing a good thing or a bad thing or whatever. I can see what she was doing as an artist you wanted to do something new. And I. Don't I don't feel anything about the audiences the rejected her because the same audiences that accepted lady Gaga's whatever that was you know we'll Elvira mistress of the dark I mean you know Cassandra Peterson considers herself a drag queen and So it's like there's there's no, there's no hard line. All there is is what people accept and buy as a mass audience in what people don't. So all you can do really as an artist is think about what you WANNA do next to and do it and see if it succeeds and if you want to keep doing it despite failure, keep doing it, I guess try to be moral try not to. Steal ideas and spread hatred. Queens not to steal ideas. Good luck. I know the whole concept behind dragon wasn't you know? Senators US up on stage I. Think we're say a drag queen is anyone who transform themselves into a beautiful creature of their own imagination. So you know make space for everybody drag like anything is a little and that can be and like any tool. It can be wielded for good and for bad it drags not a good thing drag as just a thing and it can be good or bad depending on how we use it. So I don't know it is it is completely neutral. And a blush brush you can contour yourself beautiful or contour yourself be is that exactly exit boost? And sometimes you know the beauty is the beast and vice versa, right? Yeah. I again in the case of Lady Bunny. But What you're talking about all these things that you're talking about obviously mean a lot to me because this is the world. That I live in and as it's changing I'm struggling to keep up with all of these changes. It can be a very emotional process and the only thing that I can use as a compass or a Northstar is that drag should be promoting acceptance and whatever we need to do to keep that sight. That's what we need to do if it means including more people if it means finding bigger audiences than fine. So long as it doesn't become something that's hateful or small well, I mean, I'm very inspired by all your articles in Slate magazine and you certainly written quite a bit about the the dynamics of SIS gender straight women and drag and Drag conquering cable in two thousand Seventeen Ram? Certainly. This is GONNA be a huge year for a lot of people. Is there any kind of training that people can have in order to not burn bridges or stay happy or you know I see some of these drag queens and even Bob like we saw Bob Drag Khan and he was just look like. Oh my God this over a track around overhead, and you know, and I saw this like a tweet on on. On Some fan wanted to have a photo taken with him and Babushkas like baby I'm just too tired. You know. And the and the fans fucking losses shit like a little kid who the mother wouldn't by them in the toy or a piece of candy the Checkout Line supermarket you know and the old days kid would just cry in the backseat on the way home but now the kids can. I. Drag Mara. The photo. Just Bob didn't smile in the photo the way he wanted. Bob. SORTA was. Smiling photos. WELL BOB SMILE WITH S. Smile around. But you know into me I'm just like. You know heavy as had the head that wears the crown. I don't know if I would deal with any better. In fact, I think I would probably be even worse. Well, listen. You. Make. Choose you make wise. Listen. By John Cage in which I sit here for three minutes in total silence and you guys contemplate now. We can do that. That would be nice. No airtime we we could meditate. So maybe which the audience an opportunity to just brave. Let's just get on instagram live with Alexis Michelle and meditate. Seems. I like that I do too because I'm not on instagram live So the the thing is that. Before I doing drag, I was working a ten to six job in fundraising I hated every minute of it. It was going to kill me. And I was self. In order to hide. The ugliness of my life for myself. So drag was away from me to escape that and save myself and I made a devil's deal and we all drag Queens make devils deal. We escaped what other people experience into this. Life that's difficult and different, but it's the choice that we made to to leave behind the suffering that we had before. So I think that there are reasons to become exhausted but I don't think that there are any excuses. We are not mining diamonds here. We can smile every time we're in public, and if we can't smile, we can be in private in our apartments. Diamond, miners get X. Rayed. So they don't steal a diamond swallow it. I mean that doesn't surprise me at all. They get shot when they strike in. South. Africa. Are we under those kind of conditions? Absolutely not I think you can pull the small fine muscles. Face to either side and create a smile for a picture. Do I think that I will every time? Absolutely not am I going to be a.
"slate magazine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Friday would be the man cal right here in W. alas the earth we passed one hundred thousand through the red death yesterday the news media was racing to be first I think slate magazine beat everyone else should acquire that there were one hundred thousand dead in America that there are toasting champagne you could hear the corks popping they like it because they blame trump for each and everyone of them you know because he didn't do what Cuomo did something like that speaking of Cuomo let's go to be the less well which it brother let's go to a McGill a guerrilla freighter call mom he's on television you know and occasionally as his brother the governor on to make funny jokes I never ask any questions about all the dead people that he sent to their certain deaths in nursing homes in New York more than twice the number killed in the towers in New York on September eleventh but pay no attention to so Chris Cuomo he got the Wuhan right and then your member he violated all the rules and that he was taking on hydroxy caloric win but a cheaper version while it was attacking the president Ford and his wife food some kind of a you know crystals guru was also advocating on her blog site that you take hydroxy chloride Quinn and I and I still perform and that he attacked the president for cause is nothing if not a hypocrite and a clown he was on the television last night on his on his show and he was explaining that he's got some funky he's got some funky going on Chris woman I'm not a hundred percent and this funky stuff from my blood work that doctors say is what they see in people who had covert that's where they say what they said well you you had covered and that's why they see it and you know he wasn't done as long as are other people in the same kind of funky bloodwork I'll.
"slate magazine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The war the earthquake passes one hundred thousand death a trip through the will on read that yesterday the news media was racing to be first I think slate magazine beat everyone else did acquire that there were one hundred thousand dead in America that they are trusting champagne you can hear the corks popping they like it because they blame trump for each and everyone of them you know because he didn't do what Cuomo did something like that speaking of global let's go to the the less well witted brother let's go to a McGill a guerrilla freight Cuomo is on television you know and occasionally as his brother the governor on to make funny jokes I never ask any questions about all the dead people that he sent to their certain deaths in nursing homes in New York more than twice the number killed in the towers in New York on September eleventh but pay no attention to that so Chris Cuomo he got the Wuhan right and then you remember he violated all the rules and that he was taking on hydroxy chloride Quinn but a cheaper version while it was attacking the president Ford and his wife was some kind of a you know crystals guru was also advocating on her blog site that you take hydroxy Clark went into an ice to perform and that he attacked the president for cause is nothing if not a hypocrite and a clown but it was on the television last night on his on his show and he was explaining that he's got some funky he's got some funky going on Chris Cuomo I'm not a hundred percent and this funky stuff from my blood work that doctors say is what they see in people who had covert that's where they say what they said well you you've had covered and that's why they see it and you know he wasn't done as long as our other people of the same kind of funky bloodwork I'll just keep taking it one day at a time funky blood work one day at a time that's it you know come on let me take you to Funkytown this got funky it is blood you can't stop the funk in his blood this is like the don Cornelius long term good lord this is Chris Plante show which one more than ever the fans.
"slate magazine" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Not saying that's good or bad. I'm I'm pretty I'm pretty animated. I call that passion. I remember when we were campaigning in Texas. Someone pulled me aside and say, hey, I just want to give you some free advice move around too much when when you talk. I am who I am. And I really do think that we all want to get past the pettiness the personal attacks. I am what I am. And what he an is gorgeous. So the the new Republic, which is a thinking man's lefty publication put out an article on Friday. The day of battles announcement. Was fairly critical of the day. I will celebrate as a holiday for the rest of my life because Beto on north amounts McVay onboard Smith. So I'm being led to believe by the mainstream media that they're just so in love with Beto and Calloway top tier Jack top tier in polling top tier fundraising wa-. Remember, they covered him on MSNBC and CNN wall to wall standing on the coffee table there in Iowa. Google searches the profound empty. Search is probably what the hell who the hell is this guy, and why are people paying attention to him from the new Republic, the profound emptiness of better O'Rourke. What is months-long tease about a presidential run tells us about his candidacy and his character. And this is from the smart progressives. Right. Some of compared him to Barack Obama with whom he shares a message of optimism unity, but the comparisons. And there he has all of Obama's self-assurance with none of his intellectual fortitude. Inspirational biography or Tory power his rhetoric is is is empty as platforms. Okay. Spending wants twenties nameless musician as a rook constantly reminds us is hardly the stuff of dreams of my father, which is a decent point. Yeah. I don't think it's an indictment of a guy. But but you gotta have something. Did write a book and his community organizing thing he spent a lot of time walking around poor communities talking to people about issues trying to organize trying to do stuff. Right. That is a different thing than saying. I was in a rock band. Yes. And got a DUI once. Right. And why do you want to be president or exactly what's going on there? I probably heard five times that he'd been arrested for burglary as young man NPR NPR is now calling it arrested for trespassing. He trespassed in a locked building that he and his buddy broke into at night trespassing. How do you like that charges were dropped now that might be a white privilege thing which he speaks about over the weekend. Well, or his dad was powerful in local politics. I mean, my dad was not I was a white kid. I have been busted for burglary. Also getting hit from the left the New York Times with a a column in bed. Works announcement wife. Silence. Stands out better work being beaten up for the fact that he did a three minute announced. But with his wife sitting next to him on the couch, and she never spoke. I didn't notice. I don't care that bother me about that video. I saw was she gazed lovingly at him the entire time. She never turned toward the camera psych out. Hey, lady, we're over here. I'm not into the whole spouse thing, but this me neither. Gets into a little bit of the left Eton her own because they're just there's no way you can. Check all the boxes. There's nobody can check all the boxes. No. I enjoy this stuff so much in the New York Times with the column over the weekend, one of their columnists, and this I'm so sick of wives being forced to silently gays. Why didn't include her when I run for president? My husband will be in the background. Feeding. Our cats. Oh, yeah. You could add a brilliant rollout. Like Elizabeth Warren where she Hughes joined by her husband earned the kitchen. Thanks for being here. Honey. Sure. Okay. Thanks for being here. I live here. He doing a ding bet. And then I mentioned that slate magazine also had a I don't have their headline in front of me. But it was the there's there's no there there headline to his candidacy. I was misled by the mainstream media that he was that. He was going to be a thing. I guess I'm wrong. And then I as I mentioned I talked to a college kid. I won't they are. Sure slate headline Beethoven twenty twenty has no reason to exist. Exactly. And he doesn't he has absolutely no answer for anything. And on the talk show round tables yesterday. They said you can maybe pull that off in your first couple of days. But you get a couple of weeks into this. And you still you you still have no answer for anything are you for or against impeachment? Do you support? Or don't you support the green deal? Do you really want to tear down all the border wall? Yeah. What's your position yet? Some point you probably you're going to have to take. Well, you will and it'll be fun to watch. But anyway, you're saying you your college friend. I talked to a young person in college who I thought would be just a very enthused about Beto on the Davis announcement and said, oh, please what a fraud. So how? Yeah, it now there weren't people saying that about Obama when he got in is he in the energetic partner left. The inner the college kids the new Republic, the slate magazine, they weren't saying, oh, please. What a fraud about Obama when he got publicans saying that he's never accomplished anything, which politically speaking was true. But. Yeah. No, not on the left, certainly. So is it possible? He she or it who you spoke to is a big fan of say, I don't know Bernie and just doesn't want anybody to get in Bernie's way. One. If you're really a Scott Walker guy, you're putting down Marco Rubio. They don't they don't have a horse race at this point. But I think that I think this person's fairly typical of the young person canvas for Bernie Sanders last time around I think, this is pretty typical of the young energetic. Progressives might my view of least to magazine headlines in talking to one person he does not have the backing of that crowd. And you're to get the nomination without the backing of that crowd. It just ain't gonna happen. I can't remember which the dimwitted news channel. I was listening to on the way in this morning put they were talking in adoring terms about his fundraising and is Google searches clearly in the top tier? Oh, no doubt. And he. Yeah. He do raise more money than anybody's ever raised in the first twenty four hours. Right. I was happy to see that. There are facing progressives who looked at that magazine cover and said, and what so are you defer relieving college debt, or I mean, you're standing a dirt road with your hands in your pockets down labrador retriever. Looking very very wholesome ANSA. So I'm glad there's a little more. I don't know. Intellectual something or other going on in candidate in. I thought maybe we had gotten so shallow that just you know, you launch in Vanity Fair does Somany liebowitz cool shots, and you don't ever need to take a position that would work. Well, it ain't over yet. True. Hang on hang on there. Still time for shallow to triumph. We'll have to see on the other hand one of the delights of the whole Trump run. And listen, I'm not gonna deny it. I was pretty harshly critical at Trump. I said I wanna eat my truck of ever the nominee. Let alone the president will right, right? Truck eaten son of a gun. Anyway, his chances were before he before he ever ran. But it was absolutely delightful to see the conventional media wisdom knocked over over and over and over again. Sure. And and so yeah. Sure position Vado exploded. That's good. Trump was controversy yelled. Trump was controversial because he had strong positions on day one about NAFTA. Obviously about immigration right to the point of being like off putting early in the process. Still quote, his initial speech there at the bottom of the escalator. That's a great point opposite of Beto. Right. Right. But beco- could lead us to the enjoyment of seeing the mainstream media looking like idiots again. So that would be fun. I was surprised so I think Beddoes over although he's got a ton of money. That's gotta make him think. All people love me got if he can great test case, it is the the vacuous earliest Beto, how far can he go supported by the winds of cable news and various,.
"slate magazine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To launch agenda yesterday on Twitter, one of the top trending topics is British comedian as this exact question, quote, if you could say one sentence to your pet, and no they wouldn't understand it. What would you say? Just one sentence. You would say to your pet, and they would they would understand it. What would you say to your pet dog guide whatever go to your room coach? Your room. I would say Henry go get me a beer. Now, you got a better training. That's for sure. Hey, listen. Response gave a response. Henry go get me a beer. Responses there will leave it go what about stickier Muslim, and my crush one more time, and I'll give you something smell. Wow. Hey, go Frankie's talking to you. That's a funny thing dogs do that all the time. Yes, they do. What about stop sniffing other dogs? Department into stops. Smith sniffing other dogs droppings. I mean that just drives me nuts. Now, it's ridiculous. This reminds me of the old saying if an aspirin the grass is called the snake. Why is a grasp into gas called a goose go liberalism gotta go back to the. I see the deliberate delivery on. Can't mess up. You gotta get one crack at one shot. Thank you. Dr. Little Andy Rooney here. Did never we did Lubareism for the longest time. Maybe it's time to bring it back. Twenty nineteen version. There's the first one I got a new Rolodex. Chuck one. Yes. It's about time. You're welcome. Goodbye at six nineteen nineteen minutes after socialist, sandy she shows up at the south by southwest conference today members she was taking shots at Reagan being a racist. And by the way that was completely debunked. Derek hunter did a good job yesterday on the Bruce Elliott show talking about Ronald Reagan never ever used the term welfare Queen it just never happened. The Chicago Tribune dubbed this woman that Reagan was talking about who may actually have been white. I don't remember exactly what race she was. But she actually went to jail for defrauding the welfare program, and it was the Chicago Tribune that called her a welfare Queen and not Ronald Reagan that had been just attributed to him. It was a myth. It was ally. And that was in a left-wing article by slate magazine the other day, maybe they had a, you know, confused with Barney Franken as the dancing Queen. Kind of Queen. But she arrives at the south by southwest festival in a gas guzzling SUV the other day, and then she dropped this little bomb about they don't want to take over, you know, the state production of everything in this this the sound bite, but they do want to mandate. What happens in your workplace Justice? There's all this fearmongering that government is going to take over every corporation and government is going to take over every business or every form of production. We should be scared right now because corporations have taken over our government..
"slate magazine" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"And one of the ways that both scientists and heads of robotics companies to just name two examples have figured out how to deal with this is the same way you actually deal with violence that humans are doing to one another which is that the introduce robots to the communities in which those robots will reside. So they give them a name or they explain to them exactly what the robot is therefore, and what it will do. And the experts say that if you do that it's just like introducing a human of people know why the robots are they're they're less likely to do them harm now. Whether or not that's a good thing in the long run that remains to be seen, and it's not something really got into. But if you do wonder. Protected humanoid robot the way to protect it as to introduce it as you would have human. So you're telling me people I hear bullying robots, we're picking on these guys. Look, I we don't see too many movies, man. And but so many times you gonna bullied I robot before show up beat you man, like. I don't know what it says about the human experience, though, the out here. Actually, I try to robots I wouldn't believe that would work would you because I mean, lots of times with bullies. Right. They're looking for an emotional reaction. They thrive off of others pain with with a robot. It's not gonna have him emotional reaction. You're not gonna see some robot. Crying, you know, in running to tell mommy that you're picking on it, this is they don't have any lunch money. People. So I'm so afraid of robots robots so afraid to us. You know what I mean everybody? Well, I'm in this way. Joe is saying we have to, you know, introduce some kind robots into the community, which is exactly what are stories about a few weeks back with the robot. That got intr- is getting introduced in the giant grocery stores that has the, you know, funny looking eyes and stuff, and it's supposed to be happy. Just telling us about a time for the robots, mama. Start taking them Cuando sit bullets can't beat you have no more. You're gonna run up all some third degree black belt robot Iago angle be no more porn barbecue sauce on them. I figured you know, with with a lot of the stories we do a lot of them seem to be anti robot and into promoting robot inside so does wanted to provide a sympathetic angle. That was my thought, obviously when I chose that. When I was let's, you know, robots are becoming people to. As great a balanced a balanced environment here on if you haven't heard our Nick's story comes from gaming. Hi, my name's tomorrow Okimoto, and I'm a writer a slate magazine. More stores essentially about the way that several criminals have found to launder money through popular video game fortnight. So what they do is. They used to credit cards to purchase via.
"slate magazine" Discussed on Probably Science
"She was just on the phone with her friend saying this happened, and then it's like don't wash that. Yes. Because for many years, Linda, Tripp was also for many, but for many months, Linda, Tripp was basically feeding information to Lucienne Goldberg and Ken Starr, what was Linda Tripp's job. Again. She worked at the Pentagon, and she was very angry that she'd been working in the White House under Bush one, and she was very pissed that the Clinton administration had moved her to the Pentagon and moved out of the white the White House, and she hated the Clintons anyway. And then all of a sudden Monica become moves gets moved from the White House because everyone knows they're having this affair and they want Bill to get away from her. So the convinced built a mover to the Pentagon. And get out of the White House same office Linda's in and they became friends. It was sort of a confidence like all day like every night. But but Linda rule so was disgusted by bills behavior. It's very moral moral moral about Ted's moralistic would have whichever you want to call it. And there's a the slow bun put cost as well. I highly recommend it. They've done done from the they've two different seasons of it. Now. Yes. So sees is the slate magazine put it out and instead of deep dive the first season is the Nixon Watergate impeachments and resignation and or impeachment attempt because it never actually into the second one get impeached. No. He didn't impeached means indicted essential Nova in the Nixon never got impeached. I'm sorry. He Clinton going to be sleeping Clinton. Did. I'm sorry. Nixon resigned before the vote. I'm actually, yeah. Sorry. You're right now. Yeah. So it's with Clinton was impeached and finished his entire time with a high up approval rating than ever Nixon was not imprint page. But that's because he jumped before he could be pushed approval rain didn't take a. Hit. No, that's why he knew he was gonna stay in the game and fight it because poop ridden was at seventy percent. I didn't which is one of the reasons why people have saying is one of the reasons why people saying that impeachment attempts against Trump might be a bad idea. Mobilize people who like as you can impeach him. And he'll still be in office and people end up cat could end up backing him. Right. More than ever. Why didn't I remember Clinton being absent in the two thousand campaign, and that could have swung it for go? He was like he was super tainted at the time. He was like, I don't wanna make a big deal. It was still such a big scandal for a year. It was a year of news. And I didn't know until recently is it true that Lewinsky only came in because of a shutdown. She was kind of a sky choose an intern. But because of the shutdown shar job was to bring the food in it had been if that's how your action with probably not very interesting interesting. I gotta check that out slow-burn. That's what's thing that you watch. It's just the ABC did a think all the truth and lies, and it's like a super deep dive into the whole though. Okay. Cut out not science, but not science related. You know, what else is no scienc-? What's up ways that people can find Seth Huzzah that's a little science. If you know how to use tech tech -nology, although Instagram Seth Zog SE THC OG on Instagram and does OG on w call Twitter. Yeah. And and then they can find you. Well, if you get tickets twenty taping of if you go.
"slate magazine" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"Welcome to hip rain, a podcast of pop chart history from slate magazine about the hits from coast to coast. I'm Chris Milan. Chart. Analysts pop critic and writer of slates wise, the song number one serves on today's show. Happy holidays from all of us at kit parade in the spirit of the season. We're going to play abounding of Christmas hits not all of them Christmas music. But all of it is in a very specific way. Very british. Confused. Why am I playing this eighties? Synth pop song what do the pet? Shop boys have to do with the holiday season. Well, their version of always on my mind reach number one in the United Kingdom in late December nineteen eighty-seven which means pet. Shop boys. Always on my mind has gone down in the history books as part of a very specific literally provincial pop chart tradition. I will confess as an American follower of the pop charts. Every december. I am deeply envious of my friends in the United Kingdom because in no country in the world are the pop charts followed so avidly as they are in Great Britain. This is basically true year round. The UK is a smaller country than the US and a larger proportion of British citizens seem to feel a more proprietary ownership of their pop charts, then many Americans feel about their billboard charts. But at no time of year is British chart following more intense than at the holidays. The Brits have even made an annual national pastime out of it. Well, both going full time to spot and the world of music the Christmas. No more. It's lor. Total war. For forty five years now all of England. I mean, the whole country not just chart obsessed music nerds like me has made a sport of what song would top the charts the week of Christmas, the competition, even generates wagers with British pubs bookies and betting parlors. It is covered in UK newspapers on the telly and on the radio on BBC radio one. So then this is web or about to find out. What's going to happen for Christmas number one this year and in the run-up to the holiday in November and December British chat shows analyze the contenders. And try to predict what elements will bring about a Victor sixties wall of sound as vibe, it's compete with say slave bells and fell chimes. I did not really necessary some people comparing it said like right Kerry, while there are patterns to the kinds of songs that tend. To do well in this perennial. Sweepstakes often the winner is a fluke to be sure many years the UK Christmas number one has been predictable or best selling Christmas song. But just as often the Victor has been a straight up pop blockbuster that happened to peek at just the right time of year. Cover songs are also notorious for doing well in the Christmas number one competition. Two. And then there have been freak years. Where the unlikely winner is a sticky pudding of a novelty song that will never be heard from again except on UK Christmas number one commemorative shows like this one. As silly. As all this might seem the chart competition in old Blighty is taken quite seriously. Indeed each year certain British songs are recorded and specifically timed for the Christmas chart and head to head battles between warring singles are quite common. In fact, some legitimate holiday classics have found themselves falling just shy in a tough year. One
"slate magazine" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"This particular story is kind of near and dear Tema hard because it is about podcasting and I, I have been kinda hinting at this for a while talking about it. Boy, I, the rumbling is growing louder over time and I, I totally buy into this and I'm like, there's a lot of liberty to what they're saying. So to give you the rundown, this is gonna be a little bit of info dump here at the beginning. So just bear with me. I'm getting this from CJ are dot org. Says podcasting was to post to be one of the saviors of digital media, inexpensive addicting, profitable and popular. But now it's like the old line from baseball legend Yogi Berra. That place is so popular. No one goes there anymore. Penalty, Penelope, I don't know. Panoply, panoply, and other review. L. the podcasting unit set up by slate magazine recently laid off most of its staff and says, it will now become just a distributor of podcast rather than the creator of them despite what appeared to be a strong support for us existing podcast and on Wednesday, BuzzFeed announce. It was also laying off staff at his podcasting unit. The company said it will continue to do podcast, but won't have a dedicated team the way it used to. And we'll now mostly use freelancers rather than staff. Audible audio arm of retail, giant. Amazon also laid off some staff from is podcasting unit recently. They go on to say. So if one of the benefits of podcasting was that they made good money. Why are companies like BuzzFeed shutting down or downsizing their operations. One obvious answer is a glut of supply in twenty fifteen. A list of must listen podcast was two hundred items long at some point. Yeah, right. At some point, even podcasting aficionados started to wonder who had the time to listen to all these podcasts. A similar thing happened with video after everyone pivoted. It's a short form video because Facebook said at one of the as much as possible after creating teams of people to produce them monetization fail to follow in part because Facebook never wrote out a reliable way of doing it and has now moved on to focus on longer form video for its watch feature in many video teams at newspapers and news websites were left twisting in the wind. The ironic thing about podcasts is that despite their flaws, they remain one of the best ways for media outlet or publisher, even an individual to connect with an audience of passionate supporters and pull them into a long term relationship, but they are also time consuming and at a time when many media companies including giants, like BuzzFeed are under pressure for revenue, they probably aren't the slam dunk solution that a lot of companies are looking for it. And so even highly creative podcasts like like some of the ones buds fee created, can't find a home which is unfortunate. Now, none of this is to say that podcasting is dead. Just that like anything else, it requires an investment of time and money to do well something that not every media company has a lot of right now. Perhaps it was always made more sense as a niche market for passionate few rather than the next big solution to the media's fifty financial woes. So go ahead, go ahead Mel. This is what happens when everybody. He tries to make everything about money. I mean, as we sit here on a podcast, right? Yes, we've grown from episode zero and Mike has since come out the closet and we have upgraded to, you know, we have decent equipment and sure we..
"slate magazine" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Hillary's flake lost some emails was on trial for benghazi for years and every time with republican one committees they've found nothing and meanwhile russia's invading the country i'm sorry this is a screed i just got well you got to be i got angry i like it that was i like wait we passion yeah yeah i don't love yeah i mean i i spend an unhealthy amount of time imagining horrific ends to donald trump like just like thinking like what if we just like hot off pieces of him slowly little okay i'm going to interview you're in a chair and every time you lives had cut a little piece of you just to see what would happen just to get the truth ones and you've never been to the same room as this guy now some television event or anything like that no never have a he in the mid what right shortly before he blocked me and it was over he emailed me he got my email somehow and this tells you everything you need to know about donald trump he mails me and i did a piece or is being interviewed for slate magazine or some online magazine and in my intro it was like i mean you would have done it and it and it said trump slayer and he put yellow highlighter on it and with an arrow and then wrote congratulations on this and then donald trump and i wrote this is baffling thank you it's not stick i really despise you and then and then his response was if you met me you'd like me which is like i had been humiliating him for months but it was important that i like him i have no doubt i'm almost not joking that if i did one eighty let's say i just the biggest iot to one eighty and started to be a vocal supporter of his in three weeks i would be up for secretary of state.
"slate magazine" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Thank you i mean complimented face smells like a dunkin donuts get outta here i'm getting really frustrated with him today i normally i find it cute and funny well you guys are going to have to help me okay because he's been getting legitimately mad about how often we sent him to the penalty box and he's been getting legitimately mad about all these slights that he gets a t shirt when i mean stu gods get a jersey and that he's not mentioned in slate magazine and he's like he's legitimately mad about all of these things we have behind the scenes information that that may have been sabotaged so that that sound that went off was chris texting his dad reminding him to be upset about not getting his jersey because greg forgot it but he also forgot to turn off his phone niko sit with your father you get out of here for making it worse than he already is a plague on the industry entire family so yes whiteside has been embiid when whiteside is guarding him is one for ten with six turnovers i think yeah but also he gets foul calls which is why hassan's out there longer because song can't be out there when ilyasova is out there and it's on can't be out there if he gets too quick fouls so it's catch twenty two yes he's an effective defender on joel embiid joel embiid's also played for half the series and hasan's been plagued with foul trouble let's figure this part out though because many of you were listening yesterday and we were having a blueprint conversation which might be a little early just given that the season's not actually over even though it is because this was a bad match up for the heat for the beginnings to god's i would have preferred any of the other teams in the east any of them i wouldn't have liked the chance against the raptors or even the wizards for that matter but i would have liked any of them better than this one.
"slate magazine" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Whoa the browns definitely might take baker mayfield as a definitely might he's definitely in the conversation number one overall this is huge tear up your mock drafts people it's go time why would they take them number one when they can get them number four because they can't because the jets are going to take them number three that's right that's according to mean a kinds all right all right so greg cote he's also going to have a mock draft we're gonna see who's best at the mock drafts are we gonna do greg cote he's mock draft day we hear this this mock draft has everything is with greg cody has become a thing oh boy hold on before you go down this path i want it known just want it known that greg cody entire existence and this is far as i can see is just to go home and sort of figure out way people have slided him ways ways that people have wronged or disrespected him to bring up slate magazine it's not even just slate it's an email i get yesterday about seven ninety not paying you oh i have that conversation well no but it just dawns on him after months that he hasn't been paid years years right then he just wanders over to me and this is how it is with with his grievances wants me to reach into my wallet and reimburse it grievances i will tell you how this conversation went he's been getting paid for the local hour i go i don't know who negotiated your deal and he's like is that really important.
"slate magazine" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"Amicus is brought to you by cigna remind your employees to schedule their 2018 annual checkup encourage them to learn therefore health numbers and to take control of their health to learn more please visit cigna dot com slash take control cigna together all the way dan the courts have actually succeeded in slice of off the low hanging fruit and now we're actually having a serious debate about how much discretion the president has an immigration policy hi and welcome back to amicus fleets podcast about the courts amazon bring court and the law and the constitution and all that good stuff i'm diet last week a cover the courts in the law for slate magazine and this week a high court is out still on its long winter break but the team here amicus thought might be a good moment to talk a little bit about america uh this just going to go with that and this sort of large roiling conversations were now having in the courts around dhaka uh around the travel ban around sanctuary cities uh it seems as though there is this new urgency to figure out who belongs here who doesn't and who gets to pick uh and there is no one i'd rather talk about that with then steve latic he teaches law at the university of texas his teaching focuses on federal jurisdiction constitutional law and national security he's also uh cnn's supreme court analyst and co editor in chief of the just security blog and so steve i you've been with us but it's been a long time so thank you for coming back to join us on amicus there hebron so it so let me ask you that same framing question i just herded with which is uh it seems as though there is a tremendous amount of litigation right now in this country surrounding these existential questions about.
"slate magazine" Discussed on IRL: Online Life Is Real Life
"Being able to get on line two overload on it actually is how joshua could cope with and make sense of how hurricane katrina had changed his life and his city completely that's why in puerto rico googlers parent company alphabet got a licensed assent internet balloons to hover over the island and allow people to connect to after hurricane maria had done her worst oh the value of an always their internet feels more crucial now than ever it makes me wonder if that desire for a digital detox two logoff from it all isn't some kind of holier than thou exercise you read about this kind of thing often it's a story of a celebrity raving about their internet sabbatical i know they mean well i know and yes it can be inspiring dear someone talk about it but for most of us quitting the internet like that just is and possible eweek gray if celebrities could stop talking about the joys of unplugging slate magazine staff writer heather should l is with me on this one it just sounds so annoying when when people are like oh i'm quitting the internet um i i think it's kind of the new i don't have a tv at home so which of these celebrity i quit the internet stories has you rolling your eyes the most let me see i was just looking at konya west's um quote uh he he wants tweeted i got rid of my phone so i can have air to create i think that just sounds ridiculous i mean it sounds like what world d live in where you can get rid of your phone link it it just sort of reminds us of the space between them and asked so how realistic is it for for any of us at this point to actively quit the internet is that even a possibility or can we go off the grid completely and still have a case the semblance.
"slate magazine" Discussed on Why Oh Why
"Miriam pierre producers of the just podcasts from slate magazine you guys are back how do you pronounce the square it i just read it down on a piece of paper to you know aci of always proud are very confidently as aci agency a i i think you would have to go beside because usually i see the sea will look a little hook and my middle names got one of those well i recently learned that a c a 'yes pronounced sie i started seeing sia the size smoothies asai everything showing up on all these peoples instagram's and pinterest pages to you guys see those yes it's like the pomegranate of 2017 for her struggle i dunno if i know what it tastes like i've never had it it seems healthy is perpere everyone's doing it i'm was trying to get more fruit and veg in my life and when creative way to do it is the daily harvest what they do is they sent superfood eat street to your door with your choice of smoothies are activated breakfast goals or nice cream vegan sunday's they send you these single serving cuts that are ready to be blended in your smoothie the or heated up as a suit east or the cups in your freezer than the radio and you are how do they do that what part of what they do is they freeze their ingredients at peak freshness and that's the ills in the nutritional value of all the fruits and veggies the purposes organic and unrefined it looks as amazing as it tastes absolutely listen i think this is a great thing for someone who's like when january 1st rolls around i wanna be ready you need to get your new year's resolution in place now this can help me do that my new year's resolutions to know at a site you tastes like oh that is my second resolution yes first resolution start blending get healthy second resolution what is a sigh how do i know i've had it the here's what you do you go to daily dash harvestscom and enter promo code why to get three items free off your first box that's promo code y firth three free daily harvest cupsdealy dash harvestscom daily dash harvestscom that's gonna look so good on pinterest.
"slate magazine" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Josh levin is the editorial director of slate magazine he's off this week through the magic of pre recording you will however hear him talk about basketball veganism and i will now take advantage of my alone time to report that at scrabbled tournament in new york over the weekend i scored six hundred in fourteen points in one game yes that was a personal best and clap by then goes weren't flashy buggy your trust ear climate and the yodeler plus zaire for sixty eight points zaire's defined as a former monetary unit of zaire bunch of other high scores including a play that among other things turned bijou the ijo you into bijou be ijo you acts for 40 points i'll hang up and listen to your congratulations after a round of negotiations with a group of players the nfl last week agreed to donate eighty nine million dollars over seven years to various minority or social causes that seemed like a positive outcome to a year of protests that were begun by san francisco 49 ers quarterback column capper nic that is until details emerged capper annex former teammate eric read on a couple of other players announced that they had split from the group that was negotiating with nfl management slates jeremy stall reported that reid was asked as part of that deal if he would stop kneeling during the national anthem and then reed told stall in an interview that to pay for the new campaign the nfl would shift money that was already pledged to other charitable efforts jeremy stall is here now hey johnny haystack and how are you good and so is the afghan columnist howard bryant his new book the heritage black athletes a divided america and the politics of patriotism.
"slate magazine" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Some friend drove her and her husband back to their hotel a wasn't until they were in the car that klein told her husband would occurred then this happened our driver who was stopped at a light sat there for a moment than lean back and looked at us i do trust you'll be discreet so the driver because obviously he's loyal to the bush family i'm sure he's been with the for a while you know they don't have strangers ferrying people like the former president around or his guests the slate the magazine the ultra leftwing slate magazine reached out for a comment from bush the former president's spokesman responded with the same statement beat already released at age ninety three president bush has been confined to a wheelchair for roughly five years so his arm falls on the lower ways to people with whom he takes pictures to try to put people at ease the president routinely tells the same joke and on occasion he has padded women's rears in what he intended to be a good natured manner some of seen it is innocent others clearly view it as inappropriate to anyone he's offended president bush apologizes most sincerely obviously he's doing these things they don't even deny it that aren't even say these are these are enemies of republicans in and former republican president they're just saying yeah he's 93 leave him alone we can't do anything about it a boy if this is the case seriously if he's lost his ability to control himself around women you shouldn't have him taking photoops with women right if you know because i was i had this discussion with my wife who thought it was disgusting what he did any is but he's ninety three he's ninety three years old.